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Nick Buzz is a Canadian band composed of Jon Goldsmith, Hugh Marsh, Rob Piltch, and Martin Tielli. The name is a play on Tielli’s chain-smoking habit (‘nicotine buzz’). Nick Buzz only released one full-length album, Circo, but in 2003 they got back together to perform four songs by Arnold Schoenberg, originally for Andrew Burashko’s Art of Time series in Toronto. Tielli released a recording of these songs for his “Tielli 2003” subscription series with Six Shooter Records.

The members also previously collaborated on a cover of Joni Mitchell’s “River” for the 1992 Mitchell tribute album Back to the Garden, although they were credited by their individual names rather than as Nick Buzz.

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